You can decorate your home with Kentucky decor for the holidays. This will make your guests smile. You can use ornaments from the state, such as Maker’s Mark and Louisville Stoneware, and buy flocked trees that look like they’ve been plucked from a snowy field. Flocked trees look beautiful and require little decorating. Flocked trees are available at stores like At Home and Lowes.
Brown transformed his Victorian home
David Brown has opened his Victorian home for the holiday season to the public. His home, on Ormsby Avenue in Toronto, has more than 60,000 ornaments and 28 Christmas trees. The decorating will continue until February 1, and will begin on September 1. The 43rd Annual Old Louisville Home Tour will feature the home. It was also featured on the HGTV show, “Awful Holiday Houses.”
Chris and Kerrie Clifford’s house
The Christmas decorations at Chris and Kerrie Clifford’s Kentucky home look like they could be from a movie set from the early 1900s. The living room features an Edison phonograph playing early 1900s Christmas songs, and a live Christmas tree decorated with handmade wooden ornaments and strings of pearls. The shelves are lined with antique chairs and books from the era, while vintage-looking fleur de lis wallpaper completes the look.
The downstairs portion of Cliffords’ home is the perfect setting for a bourbon bar. Chris Clifford recently expanded the downstairs bar with more shelving and the ability to store even more bourbon. The Cliffords opened the bar nine years ago. After a few years, the business grew.
Travis Estes’ home
Christmas is a special time of year for the Estes family, who inherited their love of the season from their grandmother, Granny Del. The home of Travis Estes and Tara Estes transforms into a winter wonderland in December. Open house for this year will take place from 6-9 p.m. It will also include a wish list for charities.
Tracey Estes’ home
Every year, Travis Estes’ home transforms into a magical winter wonderland. The love of Christmas runs in the family, and it shows in the decorations and the food. Tara Estes’ home turns into a Michael Jackson Christmas tree or a Maleficent Christmas Tree when December rolls around.
Liz Toombs’ home
Liz Toombs’ home for Christmas in Lexington, Kentucky is a cozy place that will make you feel right at home. Her family has a long history here, and she plans on spending the holiday season there this year. The home’s decor is a reflection of the Toombs’ love for Kentucky. It has wood floors, a wood burning fireplace, and a fireplace mantel. The house is decorated with holiday ornaments.
Throughout her home, Toombs has integrated her sorority colors into the design. The Delta Gamma colors are woven into the fabric of the drapes, rugs, and accent pillows. She also uses symbols from the sorority, including an anchor symbol on her mantel. She has also installed a display of sorority photo composites above a couch in her reading room.
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